Motel 6 Cedar City
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Clean room and wonderful staff.
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This is the part of the trip where we are not going to make many miles for a while. We are on the Colorado Plateau, a raised part of the U.S. that straddles states such as Colorado, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada. The plateau is mostly a desert landscape so it is somewhat ironic that it is water, via its eroding powers, that has created some …
... death experience with the man Flu acca Ebola Virus, but unfortunately he decided to share his germs and I had to go to hospital (only place to see doctor on weekend) and I have Bronchitis. Sucks being sick on holidays, but I got a shot of Antibiotics and some more drugs and Im sure Ill be getting better real soon.
ok i have rambled on enough, sorry but thats what happens when you stuck in bed sick. haha
Hope you enjoy my pics
bye for now xxx
The route from Durango to Zion brought us to The 4 Corners Monument which means we have now touched New Mexico. We rolled in at closing time (8 pm), but Summer gave the gate patrol the winky winky and he let us by for a quick picture.
It is hot in Zion! We are at the border of Zion in a nice little town called Springdale, it's a pretty sweet spot. Zion is absolutely different then any of the other National Parks we have visited to date, ...
... most of the night, we were up at 6am and out of the condo by 6.30. We met our guide, Mike outside Zion Adventure Centre in Springdale at 7.30 and got kitted out with helmets, harnesses, ruck sacks and the necessary tools we would need. Tegz and I were also fitted out with canyoneering shoes…not the most comfortable things to wear!
Mike told us we would have to drive back up to Virgin, about 15 miles back down the road we had come, so Lyn and ...
... 8 mile hike. We had the normal narrative on the bus, and were amongst 10 people to get off at the rock. We were last to leave the bus stop for the trail, as we got our kit out, started off the Garmin and got my camera setup. So eager was I at the start that I chose the wrong track, and we ended up under Weeping Rock, a dead end of about 1/4 mile. Sorry Io ! Back to the start and with a few jokes, we started up the trail. Wow what can I say? Up up and up. Talking about this ...